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Discussion in 'Meet and Greet' started by shAq, Jan 25, 2008.

  1. shAq

    shAq New Member

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    Hello friends.

    I'm shAq. My first programming language was C. Then, I tried some assembly but let go of it as i did not need it except for good grades. Then I got hooked to C#. I haven't done anything major with .NET framework but i've been working with it for my own pleasure since .NET 1.0 till 2.0. My PC couldn't handle 3.0 and later so had to stop .NET. But as soon as i get a new pc, i'll get back to it. :)

    Then for my living, i TOUCHED Java, JSF at first [Don't know much about it, though.]. Right now i work in data warehousing so basically all i program now is korn shell scripts and sql queries and procedures. But i'm just a beginner at those as well. I'm trying to better myself.

    I think i'll like this forum and the discussions here.

    With regards,
    shAq.
     
  2. shabbir

    shabbir Administrator Staff Member

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    Hi shAq and :welcome: to the forum and I am sure you will love to discuss and chat in the forum
     
  3. mol3cule

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    Hi fellow software programmers.

    I am molecule, a student from a state University. I hope this site will help me understand
    more about different programming languages. I learned C and Java languages during
    my first and second year. Now we are being taught ASSEMBLY programing language.

    I know that the Assembly language (using TASM ) is difficult to master because its a
    lower form of language compared to C and Java. But, I hope that you could extend help
    to the problems I address.

    Truly dedicated,
    molecule
     

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